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VSX3000 for dual display

Hi Some one quickly help me to configure VSX3000 VC device for dual display. I mean I want to get the display on plasma or projector display. I have configured (via web console) for monitor dual display. But still I am not able to get the display on plasma nor projector display.

some help me on this

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U need to activate dual video & also configure the monitor 2 output ( i.e VGa or some other video out) monitor 1 & monitor 2 cannot be the same
also check if u have activated the function using the software key provided by polycom

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